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Sarah Webb is Landscape Management's associate editor. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Wittenberg University, where she studied journalism and Spanish. Prior to her role at LM, Sarah was an intern for Cleveland Magazine and a writing tutor.

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Backstory: Jessica Milligan Posted on 20 Feb 2018 in the 0118 & Current Issue & Featured categories.

Jessica Milligan General Manager & Vice President Strathmore Integrated Grounds Management Lasalle, Quebec, Canada Education St. Thomas High School Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada Class of 1998 McGill University Montreal, Quebec, Canada... Read more»

Designing up Posted on 02 Feb 2018 in the 0118 & Current Issue & Design/Build+Installation & Featured categories.

As cityscapes expand outward, some landscape contractors have decided to grow upward by including green walls as an add-on service. Green walls—also known as living walls—are vertical gardens that are... Read more»

Web Extra: Types of living walls Posted on 29 Jan 2018 in the LM Web Extras categories.

Do you want to dig a little deeper into the world of green walls? With so many living wall components currently on the market, we thought it would be helpful... Read more»

Littleton landscaper pays $550K for underpaying foreign workers Posted on 12 Jan 2018 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

Parkside Landscaping, located in Littleton, Colo., paid more than $500,000 in back wages and penalties after it faced allegations of underpaying foreign workers it hired to fill seasonal jobs, The... Read more»

Robin launches robotic mower franchise program Posted on 14 Nov 2017 in the Today's Green Industry News categories.

Robin—established as a combined “Uber for lawn maintenance” and robotic lawn mowing company in Texas—is expanding its robotic service nationwide via a franchising program, Techcrunch reports. The company has since rebranded... Read more»

Las Vegas landscapers work to construct memorial Posted on 06 Oct 2017 in the Today's Green Industry News & Uncategorized categories.

Fifty-eight trees—one for each victim of the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1—now stand resilient in the city-owned lot near Third Street and Charleston Boulevard. The centerpiece is a large donated... Read more»